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About Athletic PT

The road to recovery doesn't have to be long or incomplete. In fact, we've specifically designed Athletic Physical Therapy to get you out of the doctor's office, off of your couch and back to your activity in the shortest time possible. What makes Athletic Physical Therapy unique is our combination of the highest trained physical therapists, the best treatment methods available, and the latest in exercise rehab equipment.

Our carefully selected staff of dedicated and passionate professionals will cater your treatment program to meet your individual goals. You will receive evidence-based treatments from the SAME physical therapist EVERY visit for outstanding continuity of care. As you advance through our exclusive Active Rehabilitation Continuum, we will ensure that you are 100% recovered from your injury so that you can live an active and healthy lifestyle free from pain or physical limitation.

Athletic PT Patient Satisfaction

We could talk for hours about how great we are, but we'd rather show you what our patients think of Athletic Physical Therapy.

97 Patient Quality 96 Same PT 97 Short Wait 99 Recommend Us

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